Schoolchildren are invited to take part in an online training under a special project of the Pre-University Training Center at Innopolis University during the holidays.
As many as 245 schoolchildren 13-18 years old from 10 countries took part in the Olympiad held simultaneously in Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Hong Kong. Young programmers solved 5 tasks in 5 hours.
On December 10, the University of Innopolis celebrates 7-year anniversary. An IT university in the city of Innopolis was registered on December 10, 2012.
The eighth grader from Kazan Bulat Kharisov as a member of the Russian national team will take part in the European Junior Olympiad in Informatics. For the international eJOI competition, participants were selected and trained at Innopolis University. They will compete for the victory with students from 23 countries in Slovenia on August 23-29.
On September 21-22, Innopolis University will hold a global online tournament on information security among students of 9-11 grades from all over Russia and foreign countries.
As many as 1111 participants from 51 countries took part in the online cyber security contest. Ninety four high school teams and 222 student teams solved 20 tasks in the areas of web, reverse engineering, programming, networks, cryptography and shorthand. The teams from South Korea, Russia, USA and Poland became the winners.
Winners and prize-winners of the final stage of the All-Russian Olympiad of Schoolchildren will receive a scholarship of 50,000 roubles per month during the first year of study with the possibility of receiving it for the whole period of studying for a bachelor degree at Innopolis University.
Last week, at the Information Technology of Industrial Russia Conference, the founders of Innopolis University, namely Russian Ministry of the Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media and the Republic of Tatarstan represented by the Ministry of Informatization and Communication of the republic announced about the decision to renew the Supervisory Board.
Innopolis, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Vitebsk (the Republic of Belarus) hosted the final competition of young programmers. As many as 174 pupils of 7-11 grades from Uzbekistan, Bulgaria, South Korea, Belgium, Hungary, Serbia, Hong Kong, Israel, Ukraine, the Republic of Belarus and 21 regions of Russia fought for the victory.